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with a lawsuit claiming trump university is making false promise autos remembering the march on washington. nearly 50 years later two residents share stories and yes honey? dad told me that cheerios is good for your heart, is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. [ dad ] jan? ♪ >>> secretary of state kerry delivered the obama administration's sharpest condemnation yet to last week's apparent chemical attack in syria, blaming the assad regime for at tack saying the administration will hold the syrian government accountable. syria rejected the regime's denial of responsibility. >> make no mistake. president obama believe there's must be a a.ktibility for those who would use the world's most heinous weapons against the world's most vulnerable people. nothing todz is more serious, nudging is receiving more serious scrutiny. >> kerry says the u.s. is now conferring with world leaders about a appropriate response. >>> a second teenager is in custody for the fatal beating of an 88-year-old world war ii veteran. h
. >> a march on washington nearly 50 years ago. two men who were with dr. martin luther king on that day. >> i'm sandhya patel from our mount tamalpais camera. you'll see the fog that will be around tomorrow morning coast and bay. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and outside once again the evening commute gets underway pretty smooth sailing heading to, and from that side of the bay. stay with us. abc 7 >>> a boulder colorado woman has a stolen car back after running into the suspected thief in an unusual way. alex warden was crossing a street with her boy friend when a car pulled up. she suddenly realize that had is my car. it had been stolen. alex and her boyfriend confronted the man. >> what are you doing? he said i'm trying to let you cross the street. he didn't put two and two together i was the owner of the car he just stole. >> her boyfriend jumped into the car and says the man started punching him and yell egg was going shoot him. brian says payne stopped the car and took off running police caught him a short time later now ryan suffered a broken layer nix and needed surgery. doctors
in spokane washington following the beating death of an 88-year-old world war ii vet trachblt he survived injury, and died from severe head trauma suffered in that attack bens night. doctors say he was beaten so savagely they cannot stop bleeding. surveillance video captured two teen-aged boys on video. police arrested one of them today. he will be charged with first degree murder and robry. police say he was waiting for a friend because he did not want her to walk in alone. >> president obama the un and now, rushar calling on the syrian government to allow experts to investigate a possible chemical weapons attack. president obama told cnn the u.s. is gathering evidence but signs foint a troubling situation. >> what we've seen indicates this is a big event. we're already in communication was the intire international community moving through to tray to prompt better action from them. and we called on the government to allow an investigation of the site because un inspectors are on the ground right now. >> the government saying they're absolutely baseless. >> north and south korea will allo
strain the relationship between washington and m the obama administration says that meeting was not a constructive step but sent a stern message of disapproval after russia gave asylum to edward snowden. >> the state department explained why president ob yaum snubbing the meeting next month. >> issues like seara, missle defense and russian human rights but there is also this from a state whit house statement. russia's disappointing decision to grant edward snowden temporary sil yim was also a factor. the obama administration is furious about the kremlin's support for the nsa leaker. >> there is an alleged law breaker in their country well. evaluate it and tried to work with them, they didn't do that with use analysts say the white house calculated it wasn't worth the criticism the president was facing at home. political rush coming from republicans and democrat autos russia stabbed us in the back. >> the president and president putin have not always had a warm relationship. >> truth is that when we have meetings we can have blunt exchanges and animated exchanges. >> russian
honors reverend martin luther king junior on the anniversary of the march on washington. >> in san jose, some of calling this city ban jose. but today, city officials shot down a controversial proposal targeted some yes honey? dad told me that cheerios is good for your heart, is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. [ dad ] jan? ♪ >>> it's countdown to the closure and now, all systems go. we have a live look at sky 7 hd at bridges old and new. and in three and a half hours the old bridge will shut down. around 7:00 chp going to roll traffic breaks on interstate 880. and once the bridge is closed tonight eastbound traffic skyway approach will be forced to get off at 4th street. >> we want to give you a live look from the ground right now. and our crew left the station 35 minutes ago. a driver normally taking no more than 10 taking 35 just at this point. he's not yet to the first street on ramp to the bay bridge. you can see it's jam packed. this is how it is throughout the city. people try to leave work
:00. >>> washington state fish and wildlife department has hired )  officer whose job sit to protect puget sound orca population. the orca officer will patrol and make sure whale watching tours keep a safe distance. the population of 85 orcas have been listed as endangered. >> checking healthy living news fda will require a warning on bottles of the popular pain reliever saying the drug may cause skin reactions in people. it is found in numerous prescription and over the counter products designed to treat pain and reduce fever such as tylenol a cording to fda skin reactions are rare but could be deadly. s fda stepping in to make sure food was the gluten-free label live up to their claims. a new rule goes into affect today requiring companies to ensure their products contain less than 20 parts per are million of gluten. the industry has become big business in the u.s.. americans spending $4 million on grut gloouten free products last year. a study finds one in three adults have sleep walked. most episodes happened during childhood between ages 4-8. sleep walking doesn't require treatment and most do o
symptoms of heart disease. >> abc news has more now from washington, d.c.. >> george w. bush has been a role model of health for someone his age, so it was surprising to hear the 67-year-old had a stent implanted into one artery today. bush's spokesman says he show nod symptoms of heart disease but after a stress test, doctors ordered an angiogram. >> they haven't shared a lot of information. what she the said is that it was picked up on a routine physical examination. that is surprising because they should not involve a stress test. >> the stent is fairly common procedure. >> this is a stent. in the procedure a catheter is inserted into a person's leg. and it has a balloon on there. the balloon opens up that blockage, then, leaving behind this fire stent this, tube. >> since he left the white house bush gecht a low profile but a very active life style. he is an avid golfer, mountain biker and hosts an annual ride with u.s. service members. notoriously competitive, the former president loves nothing more than outlasting his younger cycling partners and making sure they know it. in an
caused the sink hole. officials say 48 three-story units are a loss. abc news, washington. >> amazing damage there. here nor flash flooding over the weekend. home video captured a scene flood water down the street more than 30 miles per hour bystanders watched a 70-year-old deciding to jump from his car. he survived thanks to another trapped motorist. >> next thing i knew cars were flying past me. i had to pick up just barely missed me. >> one person die ntd slide destroying six houses and damaged nearly three dozen more in an area burned by the waldo canyon fire. >> terrible there. in oklahoma teachers and students going to head back to school this week today more than a thousand teacher as tended a welcome back ceremony, officials say family will be the theme. >> 24 people died in the tornado may 20th including severalkafí children. students start class friday. >> an american peace activist calling for u.s. army private bradley manning to wint peace prize. manning nominated for the prize in june is facing up to 90 years in prison after being convicted of disclosing classified infor
. >> washington and colorado became the first states to legalize marijuana use by adults over 21. pot is still illegal under federal law. 85 thour people a day are expected to attend the festival. however many doritos they have ordered, they need more, they need more oor they going to be able to see the label? >> or care? >> that is a good one too,. >> coming up a mother's baby couldn't wait to be born. the scene caught on video who. came to her rescue? >> there is uproar over this zoo attraction but what is it?b >> i'm jand patel. you can see the fog layer really reestablishing. this is going to set the stage tomorrow. i'll show you temperatures coming up. at 4:35 another live look at the commute this, is 680. traffic heavier as it usually is. northbound smooth sailing towards alamo or danvill >>> people love to lounge by the pool in south florida apparently so do bears. home video of a bear taking a nap in naples. quite a shock for people inside this, video wasn't great. he was on the lounge chair you know? the bear tore a hole in the screen and wander wade before authorities arrived. polic
after someone stole her wedding dress in broad daylight outside of her camp washington apartment. the dispatcher asked a seemingly odd question what size was the dress? >> turns out she was married so she let amand aa borrow her dress. she texted a photo and arrangements were made and amanda wore the dress at her wedding that day a mazing. yesterday, the two met for the first time. >> oh, my gosh! wow. >> hi. >> i'm candice. nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. >> sorry i'm emotional. >> you're an amazing person. a lot of people won't have done that. >> that is sweet. call it something borrowed leading to something new. a new friendship and a happy ending. >> can you imagine? >> melt down. >> checking on the forecast here is sandhya. >> the fog confined to coast right now. we're enjoying lots of sunshine bay side this afternoon we'll stee more heading into the weekend. if you're traveling flash flood watches going for the southeast. heavy rains three to five inches expected for parts of florida and georgia. 80 degrees towards boston, 76. st. louis, 72. salt lake city, phoenix,
, you can stop were you wachblt they've got stations around. >> he's from washington, d.c. where they, too, have a program. there is also one inmont streel. there is concern about] a flood of newbies on the street. >> it's dangerous but i think if everybody would slow down, we can get along. >> in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> great idea. >> yes. >> thanks for joining us for abc 7 news at 4:00. >> thank you. bridge construction is well underway. we'll update you on progress crews made and whether there are snag that's could delay the opening. >> and upside of the closure especially for those working and dining in san francisco. >> from the broadcast center, will this trend last throughout the labor day weekend? coming up. >> so far, so good. the nur closure project is proceeding as planned. this time lapse video from our camera shows crews hard at work converting a path to the new eastern span. the bridge is scheduled to open a traffic again by 5:00 a.m. tuesday, and the day after the labor day. good evening, thanks for joining us. >> i'm cheryl jengs. a main part involved5dt/ demoli
an obligation to respond. abc news has more from washington, d.c.. >> leaders at the white house today, new comments from president obama as he nears a decision. >> in no event are considering any military action involving boots on the ground that would involve a long-term campaign. >> the president met behind closed doors of his team as administration worked to build public support for action in syria releasing a four-page bulletin says syrian government planned and executed a brutal chemical weapon as tack last week claiming lives of more than 1400 people, including more than 400 children. >> read for yourselves the verdict reached by our intelligence community about the chemical weapons attack, assad regime inflicted on the opposition. and on on opposition controlled or contested neighborhoods in the damascus suburbs. >> we know that these instructions and we know why wr they landed and when. >> getting support can be difficult. 50% americans oppose taking action in syria. suggesting the president could order a strike against the regime that attack could come at any time now than a u.s.
oversight at the national security agency's surveillance programs. abc 7 news has more from washington, d.c. on today's white house news conference. >> out of the gate the president announced a series of reforms for the controversial nsa surveillance program. >> we can and must be more transparent. >> that includes a civil liberties officer at nsa, a new commission to review intelligence programs and coordination with congress to review program collects telephone records. >> it's not enough for me as president to have confidence in the programs. the american people need to have confidence nem as well. >> the president insisted change woz have taken place even if edward snowdenÑÑ5 had t laekd detail autos it would have been less exciting. as much press. >> do these reforms vindicate snowden? >> no. i don't think he was a patriot. >> nsa says if snowden thinks he's innocent he should stand trial. >> there were other avenues available for someone whose conscience was stirred and thought they needed to question government action autos the white house said snowden was a factor in the decisi
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